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Create Print to PDF Shortcut in OS X

Print to PDF is a powerful feature of Macintosh OS X and has been for some time. Traditionally you would have to use the Print dialogue box and then select the PDF option. With the shortcut I’ll show you in this video you can save a few steps making your Print to PDF a lot faster. Great if you store PDFs in Evernote (http://.evernote.com) or Dropbox (http://db.tt/dzTNsXs)

http://youtu.be/C3YgO6M_MUA

Comparison Video of AirServer vs Reflection

This video is a quick review of [AirServer](http://airserver app.com) a Mac application that allows you to mirror your iOS devices to you Mac.

This application drops on the heels of the Reflection App

On spec these apps are the same but it seem Reflection App has a little better performance so far. I’m sure they will gain parity but you don’t need both just one or the other.

Reflection App for Mac Review and Tutorial

Reflection App is a Mac App that allows you to AirPlay mirror and iPad 2 or iPhone 4S to your computer wirelessly.

Reflection App Mac is perfect for demoing iOS Apps on a Mac computer running Lion over AirPlay mirroring from iOS 5. Use your favorite screen capture application to record the video and upload it to your site or YouTube.

Reflection can be used to play your iOS Applications and Games on your computers screen. I used it to play Triple Town on a Sony 55 HDTV wirelessly using my MacMini Home Theater PC. Reflections even hold up to racing and sports games.

Reflections can wrap your screen capture in beautiful device specific wrappers. It ships with both iPhone and iPad skins and just by hitting cmd-B you can toggle it on and off.

Reflection App was created by Dave Stanfill Napkin Studio an application studio that specializes in mobile applications and app that have heavy data transfer.

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“Back It Up!” – Podcast: Nonstop Tech Episode 1

This is the first edition of NonstopHonolulu.com’s Nonstop Tech Podcast. In this episode we are covering Backups, Clean Installs, Chill.com and Browser Security with Ghostery.

In the episode I mention Jamcloud is a Mac app but I got an email from Jason at Jamcloud and he assured me it was both Mac and PC. This app is worth a look.

Please send any question comments or feedback to doc@nonstophonolulu.com

In the show, we keep speaking of the “Show Notes,” and below you’ll find all the relevant links for topics we’ve covered in the show.

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